1. See here ( for
all of the abstracts for volume 7 (2007) of the journal.

2. CFP: Film-Philosophy, now a fully peer-reviewed online journal, is
seeking to publish a special issue (issue 12.1, April 2008) entitled
Jean-Luc Nancy and Claire Denis: Philosophy and Film.

Contributions of approximately 5000 words in length are invited on the
subject(s) of contemporary philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy and filmmaker
Claire Denis.  We are particularly interested in submissions considering
the relationship between Nancy and Denis - Nancy's readings of Denis's
films (Beau travail, Trouble Every Day, L'Intrus) and Denis's films
inspired by Nancy (Vers Nancy, L'Intrus), as well as the conceptual and
stylistic connections between their work - but we will also be pleased
to consider other articles discussing Nancy's application to film, or
diverse philosophical interpretations of Denis's cinema.

Possible topics for discussion include:

*	The mysteries of L'Intrus: Nancy's text and Denis's film
*	The foreign and the foreigner in Nancy and Denis
*	Nancy's articles on Denis and their relation to his philosophy
*	Communities in Nancy and Denis
*	Globalisation in Nancy and Denis
*	The treatment of time in Nancy and Denis
*	Sound and music in Denis and Nancy
*	Self and/as other in Denis and Nancy
*	Religion and religious imagery in Nancy and Denis

*	Nancy's philosophy of the image
*	Nancy and Kiarostami

*	Denis and phenomenological film theory
*	Denis and narratology
*	Denis and adaptation
*	Denis and post-colonial theory
*	Denis and Deleuze

Please e-mail all submissions to [log in to unmask] by 31 October

Douglas Morrey

Co-editor, Film-Philosophy

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